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You can usually find inexpensive candy cane garland that you can wrap around light fixtures, in your swag or in the wreaths that you place around the house. You can also find candy cane (or at least red and white striped) wrapping paper, ribbons and a velvet red and white tree skirt. Decorate your tree with an overwhelming number of red, white and silver bulbs and sprinkle in just a few candy canes. You can also add several Peppermint Candy Ornaments to your tree to complete your theme. As long as you continue with red and white, you can throw anything that has a candy cane on it into your candy cane decorations.


After you’ve set up your outdoor candy cane decorations, you can move your peppermint theme indoors and begin in the kitchen. Set your table with red chargers and white dishes, white napkins and red napkin rings. Since a candy cane is easy to copy, you can always go to your local arts and crafts store and get a candy cane cut-out to trace. Then use arts and crafts paint to paint the decorations on your chargers, napkin rings, table name tags, etc.


Don’t forget to decorate the front door! Hang a beautiful red and white Lighted Candy Cane Wreath on your front door to greet guests as they arrive. If you can’t find a candy cane wreath that is premade, you can make your own by using a Lighted Christmas Wreath or a Bayberry Wreath and tie red and white ribbons, candy cane ornaments or peppermint candies to it. If you have a large door and you want to really make your entrance a focal point, hook a Triple Wreath Door Hanger to the door and you will instantly have 3 beautiful wreaths, accented with pine cones and faux berries, hanging in front of a sturdy red canvas ribbon. You can mix and match candy canes and peppermints to these wreaths to give your front door a truly, one-of-a-kind appearance.


For me, nothing says Christmas time quite like Peppermint Candy Canes. Candy Canes remind me of when I was a child and my grandmother would completely cover her faux-snow artificial Christmas tree with hundreds of candy canes, and then tell me I could eat just one (until my mom left the room). Now you can decorate your entire home with candy cane decorations that you can find already made or you can always make your own.


Remember, if you go with a candy cane theme, you have to go all out. You can never have too many candy cane decorations, red and white lights, peppermint candies or red and white decorations.


A relatively inexpensive way to take your candy cane decoration theme all throughout your house is to add some ornament display trees covered in candy cane ornaments or actual candy canes in rooms like the bathroom, kitchen and even on the dining room table. The ornament display trees come in multiple sizes, but I would suggest the smaller trees that won’t take up too much space.


All of these farmhouse inspired Christmas decorations are easy to make, and many of them can probably be made with things that you have on hand at home already. If you don’t have them, I promise the supplies won’t cost much. You can have that amazing farmhouse Christmas look without spending a fortune. While you’re decorating, be sure to check out different ways you can decorate your outdoors with my 20 Impossibly Creative DIY Outdoor Christmas Decorations.


Large Outdoor Christmas Decorations Christmastime is a magical and sympathetic season that almost every child and adult truly admire. Joy, happiness and love are noticeable at houses and streets. People decorate their houses indoor and outdoor to create specific atmosphere. And to help you embellish your garden, porch or balcony, I have prepared a collection of photos showing some large Christmas decorations. Search through giant baubles or Santa Claus with reindeers sculptures. Let’s feel magic for a second! by Abbey Lambert 1006 Followers


PVC and duct tape are the main materials to create these amazing candy cane poles….that light up! Note that you will need to hook up the lights so you should feel a bit comfortable working with lighting, lamps, and the sort. These are gorgeous when they’re finished and the perfect way to light the path to your home for Christmas.


If you choose to use your pathway Candy Cane Lights in the fence and you’re looking for a more understated walkway, use some clear or white Electric Luminaries to light your walkway. If you want to add some excitement to your walkway, install a couple rows of Shooting Star Pathway Lights that have white LEDs that light up in a traveling motion down a clear pole.


Christmastime is a magical and sympathetic season that almost every child and adult truly admire. Joy, happiness and love are noticeable at houses and streets. People decorate their houses indoor and outdoor to create specific atmosphere. And to help you embellish your garden, porch or balcony, I have prepared a collection of photos showing some large Christmas decorations. Search through giant baubles or Santa Claus with reindeers sculptures. Let’s feel magic for a second!


Tomato cages are the perfect shape for making outdoor Christmas trees. To make these, you’ll also want to pick up some wired garland, which you can get at any Dollar Store or Wal-Mart fairly cheap. You’ll need lights, too unless you get lighted garland, which will cut down your project by a step or two. These are gorgeous trees and you can still use the tomato cages come spring for your garden…you just take the garland off when Christmas is over.


These DIY wood lanterns are the perfect outdoor decoration, and you can leave them up even after the holidays are over. Once you get them built, just decorate with Christmas colors, maybe a ribbon or bow, and you’re all set. They have such a rustic Christmas look to them, reminiscent of the Victorian era, and they’re not nearly as difficult to make as you would think.


These lighted candy canes are made from PVC pipe and a few clear Christmas lights. You’ll need to do some drilling and putting together on these, and you can actually do them whatever height you want. They’re perfect for lighting up the walkway to the front porch or you could have them lining your yard, however you want to use them. They’re easy to make and really inexpensive.


Flank your trees, the front door or even the garage with a couple of 58″ high Stacked Peppermint Christmas Yard Art pieces that are designed of sparkling tinsel fabric and feature 60 clear mini lights. The back of these narrow, 16″-wide peppermint decorations are flat so they are easy to position against a wall or in front of a landscape bed.


Also be sure to check out these 40 DIY Christmas decorations that you can make from cheap Dollar Store finds. So, now you have the door decorated and you’ve got your indoors all done, let’s take a look at some amazing ways to make your front lawn merrier this holiday season. From giant paper plate lollipops to lighted snowmen made from plastic cups, there are so many wonderful and fun projects in this collection. I can’t wait to get started! Let me know which one is your favorite and which one you try.


I want to make these so much, but unfortunately it doesn’t typically get cold enough at Christmas where I live. These giant ornaments are nothing more than frozen balls of water, and they’re absolutely amazing! If you live somewhere cold, you can easily make these, or let the kids do it. They’re going to love them! You just mold the balls of ice with balloons and use food coloring to give them color. When they’re frozen, cut away the balloon and you have gorgeous Christmas ornaments for the front lawn.


These giant lollipops are the perfect addition to your outdoor Christmas decorating, and they are super easy and inexpensive to make. Compare these to the ones that you buy in stores and you’re saving a bundle by DIYing them. Plus, you can create the designs and colors that you want. Paper plates, paint, plastic, and wooden rods are all you need.


These candy canes are made of standard 3/4" PVC pipe. If you want, you can opt for the 1" PVC or, with ore work, something even bigger. In the picture are the PVC pipes cut to 5' lengths. Easily done by cutting the standard 10' length in half with a saw. Bring a saw to the hardware store and you can easily cut these down to size in the parking lot for easier transport. You'll also need some paint. I used Krylon® Fusion for Plastic in Satin White and Dual™ Paint + Primer in Banner Red

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